Discover more from ErikSoderstrom.com
ABC's The Deep End Gets It Right on Ridiculous School Regulations
ABC's The Deep End got it right in a recent episode about school administrators in our country who seem more concerned with punishing innocent behavior based on minute, obsessive regulations than addressing the real problems in American schools. Need an example? Here's a 2007 story from the Washington Post about Kilmer Middle School in Virginia. The school has a zero-tolerance policy for touching. No high-fives, kids. That's the start of a slippery slope to .. well, you get the picture.